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.gov and in the general efforts to implement the affordable care act which is to say that it isn't over. it won't even be over after march 31. that is the open enrollment period but there is a lot of work that remains to be done and that will continue. >> did he meet with them at some point? >> i don't have any information on the president's schedule. >> who is responsible for the problems of only the federal government has with its own website, but the state of maryland and other states are having with their websites. >> of the general questions like that i can tell you that when it comes to some states that have had problems in their websites and marketplaces they issued guidance that allow the state residents to sign up because of technical problems on the state website to get federal tax credits that debate got insurance outside of the online exchanges. in other words the subsidies available because of the affordable care act remain available no matter how you get your insurance and we are making sure that cms is working closely to support their efforts to implement the marketplace and that includ
and affordable coverage. healthcare.gov and the overall enrollment process continues to improve but there still are some significant issues that need to be addressed as we move into march which is the last month of the open enrollment period. while the front end of the system has been vastly improved, the significant issues remain on the back end of the system and we've been working night and day with cms to help presolve these issues. health plans continue to identify a range of enrollment issues that have risen such as duplicate enrollments where an individual goes on to the health exchange website, thinks they've enrolled but the enrollment file never makes it to the help plan and the help plan has no records. this is still occurring. still trying to work it through to make sure that we get this problem fixed once and for all. still an issue with other issues that we're dealing with today which is recent functionality on change and circumstances. this is when an individual enrolls but then the life event occurs. they get married, have a baby, move to another state, most of these changes affe
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